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- Making Delivery Robots Disability-Friendly
- Willamette University Creates School of Computing, Information Sciences
- Training Machines for Uncertain Real-World Situations
- AI Model Digests Video to Learn Sign Language
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- SearchResearch Challenge (5/31/23): Did they really burn ancient Roman statues?
- SearchResearch on a podcast--"The Informed Life"--Listen now
- Taking a bit of a break...
- Answer: How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- Comment: LLMs, truth, and consistency--they don't have any idea
- Comment: How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- SearchResearch Challenge (4/19/23): How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- Answer: What's this architecture all about?
- SearchResearch Challenge (4/5/23): What's this architecture all about?
- An LLM doesn't know its own mind about using multiple languages
- Recommended debut Sci-Fi novel: “Lightless” by C. A. Higgins
- That All May Read: What IS a print disability? An answer + resources
- Ian Caldwell’s “The Fifth Gospel” — an excellent and riveting thriller
- “Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters” — another excellent YA adventure from Shannon Hale
- Book suggestions from TechRepublic — 7 Leadership titles to read in 2015
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Monthly Archives: January 2009
Stanwood Area Historical Society
I started volunteering today at the Stanwood Area Historical Society…I shall be scanning and cataloging photographs – very cool. I also found out that our 94-y.o. neighbor is quite of a legend at the SAHS. I knew Nels was a … Continue reading
So now that I’ve re-read the directions….
I’ll talk about IM instead of just doing it. I’ve IM’ed for years with my husband: our computers are in different rooms. It’s great, and there’s no having to repeat what you’ve said (and no blithe "yes dears" when the … Continue reading
How do people find time for hobbies? (Or perhaps ‘make time’ is the better phraseology) I feel so guilty if I’m not working – I even know that it’s a biblical command, but I just don’t know how to ‘do’ it, and … Continue reading
It’s been 5 days since I started…
…and I’m not quite sure what to add, yet. Do you write stuff down like you did in your middle school diary? If so, there’s going to be lots of things I look back on in a few years, and … Continue reading
Starting Web 2.0
Well, I’m taking the plunge and risking the embarassment of possibly making my blog a boring one. As long as I didn’t tend to it, I couldn’t be accused of having absolutlely no inner artist or of not being clever. But now I’m … Continue reading